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I've never been so accustomed to seeing a check engine light as I have with my 2004 Rover :neutral: I'm currently throwing a P1450 Evap code. AutoZone couldn't tell me anything other than the code and I can't find anyone reporting a P1450 using search. I'm guessing it's related to a leak in the evap system. Gas cap seems like the obvious culprit. Cap is relatively new, but I checked it over anyway and it didn't appear loose. Nonetheless I removed and re-tightened

Anything else I can check over?
 

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It is not a fault for a leak, its for the electrical circuit of the DMTL pump(what checks for a leak in the system)

This is generally caused by the pump itself, but full diagnostic equipment would be needed to verify it is not a wiring issue. The pump is pretty easy to replace, located behind the wheel liner of the right rear wheel.
 

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It is not a fault for a leak, its for the electrical circuit of the DMTL pump(what checks for a leak in the system)

This is generally caused by the pump itself, but full diagnostic equipment would be needed to verify it is not a wiring issue. The pump is pretty easy to replace, located behind the wheel liner of the right rear wheel.
Thank you very much!
 

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Too bad it's not as easy as the evaporative (I have to spell it out because this POS spell check keeps changing it to evap) system fault I had many months ago.
All I had to do was spray some WD-40 into the evaporative system valve that hangs on the front of the engine, and it's been fine since. It was sticking, and giving me a control circuit fault. Can't recall the exact fault code.
 
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